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Unread 14-06-2006, 04:46
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Hi all,

My name is Martha and I'll be coming to Cork at the beginning of July to do some research at UCC. My sister will also be coming up with me. As a result, we'll be needing jobs for the both of us. However, since we'll be leaving mid-September, and the majority of jobs advertised online are on at least a 3-month contract, I thought I'd ask here for advice on where best to go and search.

I'm an English Literature graduate and Masters student, aged 23, and my sister is a 2nd year Social Policy student aged 19. We'd be very interested in a job that has to do with the arts, like art galleries, cinemas, theatres, or a bookshop or library. I've tried emailing a few but no luck so far. In that case, I think even work in a cafe would be fine. What are the average wages roughly for these types of jobs?

Any help with regard to accommodation would also be extremely helpful. Our budget would be 550 max per month incl. expenses.

Thanks a lot,
Martha
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Unread 14-06-2006, 05:36
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That's not going to be easy.

I've friends who are permanently in Cork and they can't find jobs for love nor money. There's thousands of students all looking for jobs right now, so you've got tough competition.

Minimum wage is €7.65 and I wouldn't expect to get paid much more than that.
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check www.nixers.ie for part time jobs. For example if you have fluent french & english, then have a look at this.

And you can always tell the companies that you plan to stay in Ireland after September and go to University there. Somethimes little white lies are necessary to get jobs
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Seeing as this post gets a few views, I will slap in some other links.

Other in jobs in ireland can be found on www.eirjobs.com
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